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theft, the owner of the petland store in bolingbrook believes the same woman, came into his store and stole a 14 week old maltese named hercules. that puppy is worth about 13-hundred dollars. both of the dogs look alike, and the store owners say the woman looks too much alike for it to be a coincidence. poppy napping. you do not hear about that very often and certainly not two times in one day. premeditated poppy fields. both dogs halcasper and herculee microchips implanted. so there is a good chance of finding them. they are so cute, its hard not to feel attached to one these puppies. stachowiak says losing casper has been emotional for everyone on his staff. your heart sinks when you think about it. you have a family member who you have been taking care of and somebody else takes them away. it's like all our little kids. one more look at the puppy. the store owner says legitimately that if these stocks are not fed
and cared for properly that they are in danger. if you think you have seen these poppies or have information about how to return these puff piece, called police. new information tonight about a sexting scandal at hales franciscan high school on the south side. police are investigating more than just sexually explicity pictures passed among students. social science teacher steven jennings tells wgn he reported other complaints to dcfs. he says several female students claim they were harassed by the boys and that one girl says she was groped. she boarded that she was uncomfortable with what the young men were doing. what were they doing? from her perspective she felt uncomfortable sexual contact. they did not touch her in a positive way. that is my understanding. she felt violated.
the head of the school says he doesn't think the sexting was criminal and he says the studens involved were punished a month ago when the photos surfaced. a northwest indiana student removed from school after creating a so-called hit list. lake station police were notified by edison high officials at the end of last month. a pair of students apparently told school leaders a 15-year-old classmate was compiling the list. the suspect allegedly later admitted to creating it. police report the teenager's guardian refuses to allow the suspect to speak with investigators. kids on the hit list and their parents have been notified. a surprise pick today by the governor for his election running mate. governor pat quinn selecting someone with strong ties to chicago and someone who's run for governor himself in the past. wgn's tom negovan joins us tonight with the story. tom? we have been running around grabbing reaction to this choice. it is mixed so far. paul
vallas is the name and this might strike you as familiar. residency. he wanted to run for goblin himself in 2002 against rod blagojevich. it tried again in 2005. he is now the picked by the governor for the no. 2 spot in 2014. i have known paul for many years and he has never been shy about product for education reform and opportunities for working people. the choice catching some people by surprise. some expected diversity on the ticket as the current lieutenant governor runs for comptroller. the city treasurer said she played phone tag with the governor and then learned of his decision first from reporters. ...
the state senator the pension reform point man also considered a leading contender and he is contending that he is happy where he is. less happy is the chicago teachers union. in a statement they said that while he was ceo of chicago public schools, vallas pioneered the ... model. his policies continue to devastate our city. in his bridgeport resignation letter today he said he has been presented with an unexpected and extraordinary opportunity. i am a big advocate for diversity but not just for checking the box, this notion of
checking the box to have neighbors ticket if it is not meaningful does not mean a whole lot to me. back-to-back presidency question. the governor's office is looking at that and decided that it is not an issue. the constitution says that any person who is running for state office has to be and a resident for the previous three years and he has been a resident since 2008. former congressman jesse jackson junior gets a prison visit from the well-known pastor of a megachurch. jackson is serving time at butner prison in north carolina, for stealing from his campaign fund. his lawyer released a statement saying he received his first wave of visitors. senior pastor rick warren and his associate pastor from the saddleback church showed up. warren says they prayed together. he says jackson was in good spirits but regrets the pain he's caused. a mchenry man is arrested after a woman's skeletal remains were
found in his home. william j ross was arrested in las vegas yesterday afternoon. nobody had lived in the home for over a year, and a caretaker maintained the property. that caretaker called police when he found the remains of a long-deceased body in a garbage bag. an autopsy was performed, but so far, no cause of death has been identified. police want you to take a look at this sketch. they say a man who looks like this, sexually assaulted a teenage girl in a parking lot in gary. he drove alongside a 14- year-old girl on monday morning, and asked her if she was lost and wanted a ride. she said, "yes." he took her to the parking lot at 47th and pierce in gary, and forced her to perform a sex act. she eventually ran off, and the man sped away. the suspect was driving a silver vehicle. he is described as black, older, balding, heavy set, and has gray and black facial hair on his chin. new information, just within the past few minutes, from the philippines. cnn is reporting there are at least one-hundred bodies in the streets, a result of the super typhoon that roared through today. homes are flattened. power and communications are knocked out.
and almost 800-thousand have been displaced. the typhoon has weakened and moved on. but it is expected to pick up steam this weekend, and hit vietnam sunday morning. evacuations have already begun in that country. in the midst of it all, a daring rescue. the typhoon tossed two huge barges around like toys, sending the crews overboard into chaotic waters. rescuers were eventually able to reach the crewmembers, but they all remained in the water for almost an hour, fighting the current. nearly everyone made it back to port safely but one crew member remains missing. airports across the country paused today to honor the tsa agent killed in the shooting at l-a-x. agents halted the line and stopped checking i-ds and tickets to observe a moment of silence for gerardo hernandez. this happened at 11:20 chicago time, the moment gunman paul ciancia opened fire last week, killing hernandez and wounding 3 others, including a suburban chicago native. setting the record straight. charlie trotter's wife speaking out today about his death. the celebrity chef suffered a seizure as a result of an aneurysm back in january, and a police report indicated that trotter had flown monday night, despite doctor's orders saying he shouldn't get on a plane. not true, according to rochelle trotter. in a statement, she says "his doctors prescribed the proper medication to control seizures, his blood pressure and high cholesterol and he was seen by a number of medical experts who cleared him to travel." trotter died tuesday. the autopsy was inconclusive. he was
considered one of the world's great chefs. a public memorial is set for monday morning at fourth presbyterian church. still ahead... new rules that will make health care more accessible for people struggling with mental health issues. plus, you've heard of mean girls. how about mean moms? you wouldn't believe what they posted about other people's children on facebook. and a nice warm-up this weekend, but it won' when i got the call from adt, my heart starting racing. i honestly never thought that someone would try to enter into my home without my permission. when i arrived at the residence, to my surprise, the officers had already received a call from adt and had gotten there and apprehended the suspect.
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it is about time. i will be honest with you. i am not talking about this administration, i am talking about all of them. it's time. by some estimates half the jail population suffers from mental illness. the hope now is improved access to mental health treatment to the affordable care act and the mental health parity and addiction equity act together helping the desperately ill find the treatment they need. people living under bridges and on the street because they do not have mental health and substance abuse services. i am sure that jails have a population that is housed on taxpayer dollars that if they had services and mental health benefits they could be
productive citizens. health care providers are now obligated to provide treatment for mental health issues the same as physical ailments. this is a doctor from a medical facility and she says early access to mental health treatment can keep people out of jail. many individuals coming in who were not in for mary level care common with elements like schizophrenia and bipolar with psychotic features. the difficulty of treatment for mental health issues, the sheriff tracks the number of mentally ill people in the jail system. we have to bring things together to come up with the pathway to deal with this. it is all their community focus at the front and to help people before they get into a crisis, and when they are in crisis have the proper
facilities for them at that moment under the new federal guidelines insurance companies cannot classified mental illness as a pre existing condition, thereby denying coverage. breaking a new spirit to people shot inside a fast-food restaurant on the southeast side. a jj fish restaurant. a 25 year-old woman was shot in the head and a 19 year-old man shot in the chest. no word on their conditions. up next...
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contact your doctor right away. other serious stomach conditions may exist. avoid if you take clopidogrel. for many, relief is at hand. ask your doctor about nexium. as you just saw, stocks jumped on the strong jobs report with the dow closing at a record high. businesses added 204- thousand jobs in october. that's better than expected and partly due to holiday hiring. even so, the unemployment rate inched up from 7.2% to 7.3%, apparently because furloughed federal workers got counted as unemployed. tonight, a grand jury has indicted 11 bikers on charges related to that run-in with an s-u-v back in september -- one of them an undercover new york city cop. the video made national headlines. the s-u-v's driver bumped a motorcycle on a highway, and bikers converged on the s-u-v. he ran over another biker trying to get away. the motorcyclists caught up to the driver and beat him. prosecutors say the undercover
cop shattered the s-u-v's back window. he was off duty at the time. shocking numbers today involving the number of people who have signed up for insurance through the president's new health care law. crain's chicago business reporting tonight that here in illinois, a state of more than 12-million people, only hundreds have signed-up through the state exchange. the numbers in other parts of the country not any better. jim acosta has the details. in another sign that obamacare continues to be in critical condition senate republicans released letters from a top insurance companies indicating only five people signed up in washington d.c. in october. those numbers do not show the whole picture or those interested interested i wanted to go in and fix it myself but i do not write code. the man in charge of fixing the
site said it is still in big trouble. it remains a long way from where it needs to bay. as we put new fixes in the volume is increasing, exposing new storage capacity and software application issues. the president did not address is now historic apology to americans. i am sorry. we are going to do everything we can to deal with fox who find themselves in a tough position as a consequence of this. the white house met with house democrats about potential fixes. no specific proposal at the table immediately. that means no comment on plans offered by bold purple senate democrats like this senator from louisiana. it would allow people to keep their plans even they've if they do not meet
obamacare requirements. that was jim costa reporting. if you've heard of mean girls. maybe they come from mean moms. it was revealed a facebook group selling used baby clothes had a cruel secret spinoff group. this florida mom discovered it by accident and triggered a facebook investigation. moms on the site pasted in pictures of other peoples kids and wrote things like: "you cannot fix ugly." a second mom writes, "an ugly baby thread -- i've died and gone to heaven." zero tolerance. you are bleeding babies. you are not even pulling your peers. you are bleeding babies.bullying babies. when confronted online, most of the moms involved deactivated their accounts. but one of them fired back that she was laughing because it's funny, this is facebook, not the salem witch hunt.
in the medical watch... a doctor on a mission, trying to help people with downs syndrome later in life. plus, she walked away from a successful career as a chef. now she's serving up opportunity for at risk teens. meet chicago's very own sue treischmann. and chicago's christmas tree has reached its final destination.
in tonights medical watch ... theyre living longer healthier lives than ever before but their healthcare needs arent fully understood. thats why one local doctor whos devoted his practice to adults with down syndrome wants to share his experience. "hi michelle, how are you? good to see you." for 22 years, dr brian chicoine has treated patients with down syndrome. its his lifes work and he loves every minute. "i do ... the folks with down syndrome, thats the highlight." he knows his patients well. "hows basketball?" all 5,500 of them at advocates adult down syndrome center in park ridge. "we have the advantage now of having seen over 5500 people. there isnt anyone else with that sample size in the united states. we want to take that information and share that." not only would dr chicoine like to share his deep understanding of the patients so near and dear to his heart, hed like to create specific screening guidelines for what is now an
aging population. "even as late as the 1980 the life expectancy was only in the 20s and 30s and now its shot all the way up to 60. so some of these screening issues in the past really were not important because we didnt worry about what to do for adults b/c there werent any." thats because 40 to 60 percent of babies born with down syndrome have congenital heart disease. surgical advancements have made a significant impact - boosting survival rates. patients are living longer - presenting new challenges their caregivers. "there wasnt evidence based recommendations with regards to just the routine screenings. everyone would typically have mammograms, colon cancer screening, etc." but some common diseases among the general population arent as common among adults with down syndrome. colon and breast cancer rates are low. and even though there is a higher incidence of obesity among people with down syndrome, doctors see very little heart disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.
"its almost non-existent in people with down syndrome." "there are some conditions that are more common, for example celiac disease is more common in people with down syndrome." christine maxwell is among them. "i had to change my diet because im a celiac." shes mastered the art of preparing gluten-free meals. still, the diagnosis took her by surprise. the 36-year-old hadnt experienced typical symptoms, but a routine blood test revealed her allergy. most cases arent as clear. "the blood test for people with down syndrome is not as accurate as it is in people without down syndrome. if we are going to have screening, perhaps there is something different we need to do." "having the opportunity to pause and think and do it in a thoughtful way makes a big difference." if youd like to learn more about the adult down syndrome center, go to our website, wgntv.com. back to you. most people have already taken
when we've bounced all over. these fall colors are still out. here's a shot from illinois and one from indiana. beautiful pictures. here is from dirk bailley. he is a five-year old and uses his mother's camera to capture the colorful leaves. tracy schrader sends us beautiful pictures. an interesting day to day that started sunny and the low temperature of 28 at o'hare and then up to the 40's and increasing clouds and warmer air of making its way into the area.
of course the typhoon continues. no longer super typhoon, and now a typhoon headed for vietnam. it will be weeks to assess the damage in the philippines and to assess the damage. one way to think about this storm is, it's like taking the moore oklahoma tornado had sending it over an area and not just four minutes like a tornado would but four hours on and. this has 186 mi. per hour winds up to more than 200 mi. per hour. this is what has gone on in the philippines and what you do not factor in with a tornado is 17 ft. of water coming into an area where the sea level is just 10 ft.. there
is the storm on the vietnam coast and it weekends and goes into laos. they have more trouble from that typhoon in southeast asia. meanwhile for us it is windy at warmer and the high temperature will be out by 10 degrees. winds get stronger as the night goes on. here is our model estimate of wins by it night and tomorrow morning and evening. pit winds turned the northwest and get modest cooling sunday with the real cool gathering to the north and likely to hit us. 44 at soldier field and that will be the temperature for
kickoff time sun deck with a northwest wind. these readings not moving much tonight because the winds are mixing in things up and we have pacific moisture added to the max. a much warmer night to build to tomorrow's high temperatures. more like these readings to the west of us today. to the north there is cool air taking place. single digits. that comes into the country monday and monday night into our area. 48 degrees at o'hare today. tomorrow part of the reason we get this wind is that at the jet stream level, tens of thousands of feet into the atmosphere, the wind blows west to east. see the buckle in the jet? that pulls down the arctic air monday and tuesday and we have a storm to the
north with just clouds but producing wind. as this goes by we get the winds to shift to the northwest tomorrow night and start: us sunday with that high. the main event is a pier, the real cold front. the winds blow down the lake, cold winds, and we could get some lake effect ice pellets and snow shower spirit a taste of winter coming for the early part of the week and it will be chilly for much of the rest of the week. tonight mostly cloudy and it turns quite windy and not as cold. the lowest should be around 39. generous sunshine tomorrow and clouds filtering in at times. 57 degrees. it could produce a 60
degree reading in some places. sunday for the bears game mostly sunny cool and winds will let up. kickoff time midday temperature of 44 at soldier field. pretty good weekend. coming up... curt's cafe. a restuarant whose owner doesn't just serve food. she's also helping change lives. why she's chicago's very own. own. that's why there's new duracell quantum. only duracell quantum has a hi-density core. and that means more fuel, more power, more performance than the next leading brand. new duracell quantum. trusted everywhere.
have crisscross bristles that remove up to 90% of hard to reach plaque. feel the difference. oral-b, trust the brand more dentists and hygienists use. oral-b. there's a restaurant in evanston that's serving up a lot more than food and coffee. 'curt's cafe' is a place with a purpose. as you'll see in tonight's chicago's very own segment, the owner is in the business of changing lives. curt's cafe is squeezed between businesses on a busy street in evanston. inside is it your own living room or a salvation army store? there is no rhyme or reason to it, now designer, just local art and local stuff. loyal designers say curt's cafe,
curt's for the great food and the signature smoothly. what they do not realize is that while they are here for food they are serving a higher purpose. the owner of curt's cafe, sue trieschmann has been a chef for 25 years and part of the original four thant group since the 1980's. she left the family business behind to answer a higher calling. it happened one day when she was volunteering at the evanston police department. three boys, three teenage boys, would be sent away for a felony. that's when the light bulb went off. why? why did you do this? they said there is nothing else to do and if they had jobs they would not have done that. on a cold february day she curt's cafe curt's cultivating unique restaurant training, a place to
save lives. this safe home is implying kids who might otherwise be in jail or on the street. she gives them lessons in food service and lessons in life. walk away. let's try to go to hold weeks without a fight. just like a mother but, often at the kitchen sink. when we're washing dishes sometimes the truth will come out or what they really want stable come out. at least for the first couple weeks or months. mix it like this to get more air and at. next you get your peppers. kids to have trouble of legal trouble to get a second chance. the outside world is gone and this is a second home. as soon as i got here in the first hour they made me feel like i had been here for a year.
i am proud you took care of that hon. thank you. there was a time when curt's cafe almost closed because of lack of funding. we received money from the sitting to start and it's a restaurant and restaurants take time to get up and get the word out. the success rate at getting jobs and turning around lives? it happens. not always but it does. sue trieschmann measure's success differently. the first time that one of the students brought me breakfast the other day because he knew hype might be hungry. that doesn't mean anything to many people but it means a lot to us. sue trieschmann, one of chicago's very own. sue trieschmann is one of 10 finalists in the national l'oreal women of worth contest.
a program that recognizes women doing good in their communities and around the country. as one of the finalists, trieschmann and curt's has already won 10- thousand dollars. there is no an online voting competition going on right now. if she gets the most votes, she wins. for more about the competition and how you can vote. go to wgntv.com/weblinks. thanksgiving is still a few weeks off, but it's already starting to look like christmas. chicago's official tree now in place at daley plaza. and later in sports... the beat up bears defense gets more bad news as they get ready to try and slow down a very dangerous lions offense sunday. across america people are taking charge of their type 2 diabetes with non-insulin victoza®. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar, but it didn't get me to my goal. so i asked my doctor about victoza®. he said victoza® is different than pills. victoza® is proven to lower blood sugar and a1c. it's taken once-a-day, any time, and comes in a pen.
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the "name your price" tool, making the world a little more progressive. it's beginning to look a lot like christmas here in chicago. that tree we've been telling you about all week has arrived in daley plaza. the 57-foot colorado blue spruce was brought in on the back of a truck tonight. it's been secured on its stand, and now all that's left is decorations, lights, and of course, the star on top. decorating crews will start on sunday, ahead of the official unveiling on november 26. this year marks the 100th anniversary of the tree-lighting ceremony. tom likes my singing. i thought i was listening to that radius station that plays
the christmas songs already. andy williams? look at this. we have a warm up tomorrow. go out and look at the christmas tree and milder temperatures. overnight lows in the 40's. last night it was 28. look at the cold air coming in. 40's sunday. by the time we get to monday and one where down to 38 degrees. the cool air filling in the afternoon with '20s through sections of the dakotas. there you see the wind blowing the cool air off the east coast with frost and freeze the advisory spirit small craft and gale warnings. advisories' now in the plains states with wind advisories earlier. currently 55 in omaha and cool to the north. the seven day forecast shows that we clerk with cool air
tomorrow but the coldest is in the north and then comes the chill monday evening and the coolest air in seven months could later into part of next week. before it gets here, a little tease on the cool air coming for the bears game. 44 degrees sunday. winds not as strong as they will be tomorrow. there you see high-pressure sunday that comes in and winds tend to let up. the second high is dropping in here and there is the strong northeast wind flow by late monday and monday night coming right down the lake and into oklahoma and texas. that will cool things off quite a bit. snowfall forecast from one of the models show snow around here and we will keep an eye on that. 56 saturday and down to 44
monday whiff chance of snow and sleet late monday. sunny and cold wednesday. we are doing chasing ice at the museum pyrrhic we will stream the discussion of climate change live on wgn sunday afternoon after the movie. about 3:00 we will have that online for you. busy weekend. coming up... the bulls take full advantage of the winless jazz and chalk up an easy one tonight at the u-c. and the college basketball season tips off around the country, including down in champaign where the illini look to start strong. dave eanet is next with sports. but first, arseno hall has a preview of his show tonight. chicago, mark, micah, i have terry cruz. can you play him? i
it's been a shaky start to the season for the bulls. only one win to show for it through four games and they've ranked near the bottom of the nba in shooting. but a chance to turn things around tonight and just the team to do it against the only winless team in the nba...the 0-5 utah jazz. just the second game for the bulls at the united center, where they recorded their 'other' win. this one....they led wire to wire.....and a huge night for luol deng. in the first, the steal, the layup and foul for luol....the bulls led 30-18 after one. now in the third....another steal for deng...and the basket over utah's gordon hayward and the foul. deng just missed a triple double....19 points, 11 rebounds.....9 assists. ..in the 4th....its kirk hinrich on the pick and roll to taj gibson.....for the slam... the bulls win their 2nd...97- 73....
i fought the first quarter was terrific. i thought that set the tone for the game. our starters make sure that the group functioned well together and that was a big plus for us. opening night in college basketball....at the gentile center, loyola hosting milwaukee....cody johnson hits the three from the top of the key......the ramblers win their opener 76-72.... notre dame also a winner over miami, ohio. opening night in champaign. illinois hosting alabama state. and a good start for the illini. first half, it's rayvonte rice on the drive, and draws the foul illinois goes up 14-11 in the first.... later, one of the returnees, tracy abrams, with the spin move and the dunk. 22 for rice...the illini cruise...80-63
last time the illinois football team won a big ten game, ron zook was the coach, indiana was the site, and a-j jenkins was the star. but that was over two years ago. the illini are 0-18 in the conference since then, including all 12 they've played under tim beckman, as they go back to bloomington tomorrow. it's big. i want these players to get it. it's not about me. i want these players to fill it. lois and in that locker room there were some feelings that were expressed. i want to work for anybody ... those seniors ... i want to win and they want to win two. and i believe with these football games we can win. the good news for the bears? jay cutler practiced again and is listed on the final injury report as probable for sunday's game with detroit. the not-so-
good news? an injury will like leave the bears without their breakout defensive star from monday's win at green bay, defensive end shea mcclellin. cutler once again was full-go in practice, getting ready for the rematch with the lions. but now the bears have a new injury on defense: mcclellin, the nfc defensive player of the week with 3 sacks against the packers, hurt his hamstring thursday. he's doubtful for detroit and a key divisional matchup. number one, on a personal level, i feel bad for him if he does not play because he had a good game last week. we all knew that and he was moving in the right direction. i am disappointed for him. we have said it odd year. we have to find a way to do it with the guys we have and that would beat david bass and archeta probably up and we go from there.
huge opportunity. everything we dreamed about. starting an nfl game. i will look at it like that. it is a game and a divisional opponent and we need to go out and execute and trust the man next to you and make plays. they will need that pass play before the lions. that's the news for this friday night. we're happy you shared time with us. i'm micah materre. i'm mark suppelsa. updates on wgntv.com. for all of us here, have a good night.
kids, as you know, aunt robin grew up in canada. that meant sometimes she dressed a little differently. okay, let's do this! sometimes she talked a little differently. ted, this hydro bill is bigger than louis cyr's biceps. what, you leave the garburator on all night, eh? she hung out at different bars and enjoyed leisure time a little differently. you want to go? you want to go?! come on! make fun of the great white north all you want. it's the best country in the world. the... mm-hmm. social experiment. (chanting): u.s.a., u.s.a. (all chanting): u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a... okay, okay. you know what, what does that even prove, okay? you chant anything, people will join in. (chanting): canada, canada,